Pradheep Chhalliyil


Dr. Pradheep Chhalliyil is a multifaceted individual, serving as a Scientist, Entrepreneur, Author, and Educationalist. With numerous patents, scientific papers, and books to his name, his expertise spans various domains. Notably, his groundbreaking research led to the discovery of a plant-based anticancer compound, earning him a PhD in Cancer Biology. This discovery is currently undergoing clinical trials, promising hope for cancer treatment.

Having worked as a postdoctoral fellow at the prestigious Roswell Park Cancer Institute in New York, Dr. Chhalliyil's contributions to the field of Food Biotechnology in the USA for over two decades have been significant. He has notably advanced DNA extraction techniques and tackled the issue of food adulteration.

As the founder of UNI5 Sakthi Foundation Schools, Dr. Chhalliyil has revolutionized education by introducing an energy-pattern based learning system, fostering efficient learning alongside holistic personal development. Applying similar pattern-based approaches to health, he has provided complimentary treatments to thousands, addressing various diseases effectively.

Furthermore, Dr. Chhalliyil has pioneered Microbiome testing, utilizing advanced methodologies to identify the root causes of diseases, thereby enabling more precise and targeted treatment strategies. This innovative approach goes beyond conventional lab tests, linking clinical manifestations to food quality testing.

His latest book delves into profound mysteries, exploring topics such as Consciousness, the creation of the Universe, energy vibrations, and the mathematical intricacies of life and death. It serves as a comprehensive guide to understanding "Everything," offering insights into the fundamental questions of humanity.


 He is the  cofounder or AMMAGENOMICS, OORJV and MA Omics which gives extensive testing in diagnostics, food, supplements and certification. 

His team offers comprehensive diagnostic testing and  treatment plan for all diseases including cancer, diabetes, infertility, kidney, cardiac and liver disorders and also for pyshlogical problems and challenges of autism, ADDH etc.  He is a part of a medical team overseeing care, specifically focusing on diet, probiotics, and nutritional supplements as complementary treatments. In addition to conventional medical interventions, he utilizes microbial 16s sequencing, genetic testing, RT-PCR-based inflammation markers, and cancer markers diagnosis to enhance the accuracy of treatment prognosis. These tests play a crucial role in helping the patient manage the limitations of other treatments and side effects and facilitate a healthier life. 

His team has expertise to solve challenges in the application of RNA, DNA for molecular biology applications like qPCR, Digital PCR, DNA sequencing etc. 

Dr. Chhalliyill has 30 plus years of professional scientific experience. In 1997, Dr. Challiyil co-founded a 503(c) tax-exempt non-profit organization called Sakthi Foundation. He also started a Sakthi Schools, a subsidiary of Sakthi Foundation. Today, there are several Sakthi Schools operation in Southern India. In addition, he developed a new effective, integrated and holistic education system known as the Uni5 system of education. In fact, all the Sakthi Schools, as well as few other schools in India, are adopting this Uni5 system of education.

Sakthi Foundation website will provide an immense amount of information ranging from health, happiness, relationship, pattern-based education, parenting, energy, and spirituality. He has delivered numerous lectures all around the globe. He also provides advice through zoom, whatsapp & telegram groups on the above topics.





A detail-oriented and results-driven individual with over 19 years of experience as a lead player in R&D, developing technologies for detecting Food adulteration and GMO (Genetically modified organisms). Highly competent and driven biotechnology professional with exceptional analytical and problem-solving abilities. Considerable expertise in database architecture, medical informatics, and computational biology methodologies and common laboratory safety practices. Adept at collecting accurate information comparing several types of research data and engaging in medical and food research with corporate compliance work. High energy, dedicated professional, committed to practical and theoretical teaching, increasing productivity, and maintaining quality and efficiency.


  • Biotechnology
  • Quality Assurance/Testing
  • Statistical Analysis
  • Workflow Streamlining
  • Technical Communications
  • Instrumentation
  • NextGen Sequencing
  • Molecular and Cell Biology
  • Marketing Strategies
  • Research Services
  • Assay Development
  • Team Leadership/ Motivation
  • Project Management
  • Conflict Resolution


Co-Founder & Chief Scientific Officer                                                                                       March 2021-Present
Accurate Molecular Mutation Analytical Genomics (AMMAGENOMICS), Chennai, India  
Developing Technologies (Patent Pending) for Biotechnology, Medical, Pharmaceutical and Food Industry

CSO & Founder                                                                                                                  November 2021-Present

Oorjv Certification of Food and Herbal Medicines for quality and verification

Chief Scientific Officer                                                                                                           November 2021 -Present

YSA Labs, Tempe, Arizona, USA

Developed Technology and Patent Pending RNA Extraction Free Technology

Biotechnology Consultant                                                                                             August 2019-2020 (1 year)

SomaGenics, Inc. CA, USA                                                                                                                                                                                                        

Developed SNP assay

Molecular Diagnosis Director                                                                                          July 2020-January 2021

Diagnostic Lab Chennai, T.Nadu, India                                                                                      

Evaluated and implemented new technologies and laboratory techniques to facilitate high-throughput data acquisition.

Senior Scientist                                                                                                             April 2000- Jan 2019

Foodchain ID NA INC                                                                                                                                                                                                                    

19 years of experience as a Lead player in R&D, developing technologies for detecting GMO (Genetically modified organisms) allergens and monitoring food adulteration using qPCR and Digital PCR and sequencing methods, which were used by the company’s all branches and franchising units all over the globe.

Postdoctoral Fellow                                                                                                                                   1997-2000

Roswell Park Cancer Center                                      

Researched the cause of recurrence of cancer in patients who received chemotherapy for Leukemia.

Lecturer                                                                                                                                               1990-1992

PSGCAS, Coimbatore, India                                                                                                                              

Took the initiative in creating the course syllabus and establishing the curriculum for graduate and undergraduate students studying biochemistry and biotechnology.


  • RNA and DNA High-Quality Extraction India, USA 2022-Patent Pending
  • RNA single tube Extraction free Method USA 2021-Patent Pending
  • A process for the isolation of the anticancer principle from medicinal plants (Cleistanthin) - India - 1539/MAS/95.
  • An electrochemical process for water sterilization by singlet Oxygen production - 1622/MAS/95.

Inspiration to other organizations

1. Sakthi Foundation Non Profit Organization India - Sep 28th 1998 

2. Sakthi Foundation Non Profit Organization USA - Sep 28th 2000 

3. Uni5 Schools 



Madurai Kamaraj University, India

Ph.D., Effects of Cleistanthins on the Proliferation of Normal and Tumor Cells                                                           1998

Doctorate in Biochemistry & Cancer Biology                                                                                                        1992-1997

PSGCAS is affiliated with Bharathiyar University, Coimbatore, India

Masters in Biochemistry (Project- Cancer Serum levels of Acetyl Cholinesterase) 1990

Bachelors in Biochemistry                                                                                1988

Higher Secondary-Sri Baldevdas Kikani Vidyamandir High School -Coimbatore    1982-1985

High School-C.M.S. Vidya Mandir School, Ganapathy,Coimbatore (Old CBSE)     1977-1982

Elementary-Seventh Day Adventist School< kattoor, Coimbatore                         1971-1977


  • Skilled in Primer Probe design to detect even single base pair change (point mutations) that helps in the detection of specific gene targets with high specificity and sensitivity.
  • Skilled in developing Nucleic acid (RNA & DNA) extraction using Magnetic beads, spin columns, and direct PCR from all human samples, crops, plants, animals, insects, microbes, and soil.
  • Skilled in developing diagnostic methods for clinical, research, environmental, and other applications.  
  • Skilled in developing methods for Next-Gen Sequencing, metagenomics, and chromosome walking for flanking regions from all biological samples.
  • Skilled in developing inhibition-free Master-mix, Digital PCR, Multiplex PCR, LAMP, and Chip-based technologies.
  • Developed technologies to detect food adulteration, safety, assay for antioxidants, polyphenols, food components.
  • Analytical and problem-solving skills.
  • Multitasking abilities. 


Co-Founder / Leaders (AMMAGENOMICS) Accurate Molecular Mutation                    11 November 2020-Present

Analytical Genomics                            

  • Developing AMMAGENOMICS, a startup, to become one of Chennai's top 10 COVID testing labs in six months with a successful turnover that employs more than 50+ employers.
  • Being a leader in the development of biotechnology products and services for a variety of industries, including the industrial, diagnostic, and testing sectors.
  • Directing effective technical training for lab and professional training courses, internships, and externships.
  • Using creative pattern-based teaching to lead the Uni5 School's curriculum development.
  • Gave health tips for various diseases to thousands of people all over the globe using emails, web sites, social media, health awareness campaigns, talks etc.
  • Amassing more than 24 million hits on the website in 10 years.
  • Using public speeches and literature to guide kids and adults through the Selftual (life purpose) questions.
  • Directing the development of several food products that are marketed on and are both nutritional and therapeutic.
  • Technologies were created and put into use by sales and management teams to provide quick turnaround of samples for business development.


In Press 

  • Pranav Chhaliyil1, Pradheep Chhalliyil, Bernd Schoel Effect of compost on soil Microbiota
  • Pradheep Chhalliyil   et al Adulteration in Milk and diary products in the Market
  • Pradheep Chhalliyil  et al High Quality Microbiota Profile in Stool Samples using AMMAGENOMICS Microbial DNA Kit
  • Pradheep Chhalliyil  et al Polyphenol Free DNA and RNA from plant samples using AMMAGENOMICS Plant DNA Kit
  • Pradheep Chhalliyil  et al Quick Saliva DNA analysis using AMMAGENOMICS Saliva DNA Kit
  • Pradheep Chhalliyil  et al  High sensitive Viral DNA and RNA detection in Blood Plasma samples using AMMAGENOMICS Blood DNA RNA Kit
  • Pradheep Chhalliyil  et al  Metagneomics Profile of Soil Microbiota using AMMAGENOMICS Soil DNA Kit
  • Pradheep Chhalliyil  et al  Enhanced Gram positive Bacteria Profiling using AMMAGENOMICS Microbial DNA Kit
  • Pradheep Chhalliyil  et al Blood Fungal and Yeast detection made easy and efficient using AMMAGENOMICS Fungal DNA Kit

TEACHING EXPERIENCE                                                                                                                        1990 to 1997

Lecturer in Biochemistry, P.S.G.College of Arts & Sciences, CBE.                        December 1990 – May 1992

Biochemistry theory & practicals for MSc Biology and Biotechnology at M. K. University (1992 -97).


Dr.Abithe Devi gave freedom to frame course syllabus and establishing the curriculum for graduate and undergraduate students studying biochemistry and biotechnology.Biochemistry, through which I brought all latest topics of Molecular Biology, Biotechnology, Nutritional Science etc. She said after 1990 many universities of India had updated their syllabus based on this.  


UGC Lectureship 1990 (University Grants Commission)

ICAR Biotechnology 1991 (Indian council of Agri. Research)

UGC-CSIR JRF 1992 (Council of Scientific & Industrial Research).

UGC-CSIR SRF 1994 (Council of Scientific & Industrial Research).


 The first “Anna Memorial GOLD AWARD”, for the best Ph.D. thesis published in the cancer field (India).

Winner-Book Award 2004at Hollywood Spiritual Film Festival


Incompatible Foods (Virudh Aaahar) English September 2022

Deivamum Deiveega Sakthigalum: Tamil   (August 11, 2020)

Journey to the Source, Decoding Matrix Trilogy, Sakthi Books 2004, Iowa.

“Putrunoyyium Unavum” (Diet & Cancer- Co-author Dr.M.Madeswaran) Tamil, 1997, Maruthi Publishers, Coimbatore, India.

"Bhakshanavum Cancerum" Malayalam, Sakthi Foundation 2013, USA - Co-Author-Dr.M.Thomas).

25 million view hits with more than  2000 pages of information on the web on Health, Relationships, Parenting, Education, Spirituality, Selftuality, and Community Responsibility.


  • First International Comprehensive Cancer Care conference: Center for mind-body medicine. 12-14th June 1998, Washington DC, USA (Full scholarship was given to attend the conference).
  • First International Congress on Tibetian Medicine: 7-9th November 1998, Washington DC, USA (Full scholarship was given to attend the conference).
  • 1st Global Conference on GMO Analysis, Villa Erba, Como, Italy, 24-27 June 2008, GM rice screening in the Mexican market by real-time PCR.
  • Pittcon Conference 2007, 2009, 2012, 2016 8. PAG Plant Animal Genome conference – 2008, 2012-2019 9. Real-Time Conference - 2007 • G-OnRamp Workshop Agenda 2018 Washington University in St. Louis, July 16-19 
PO0203 In vitro Effect of Sugarcane Polyphenols on Oral Microbiota
Pranav Chhalliyil, Pradheep Chhalliyil, and Bernd Schoel 
P1204 A Rapid Method for Extraction and Purification of DNA from Dental Plaque, Tongue Scraping and Saliva Using IDeal Kit 2017 INTLPAG.ORG
Pranav Chhalliyil, Pradheep Chhalliyil, and Bernd Schoel, Genetic ID NA, Inc, Fairfield, IA 
P0206 IDeal Fast ID Kit for DNA Extractions from Saliva Samples. Jan 9-13 2016 INTLPAG.ORG Pranav Chhaliyil, Genetic-ID; Bernd Schoel, Pradheep Chhalliyil
P0216 High PCR Efficiency Using Ideal DNA Extraction Kit an 9-13 2016 INTLPAG.ORG Pradheep Chhalliyil, Bernd Schoel, Genetic ID NA, Inc 
P0061 Quantitative Digital and Real Time PCR for GM Alfalfa January 12, 2015 Pradheep Chhalliyil, Bernd Schoel , Genetic ID NA, Inc, Fairfield, IA 
P0045 High PCR Efficiency Using FASTMAG DNA Extraction Kit January 12, 2015 Pradheep Chhalliyil, Bernd Schoel , Genetic ID NA, Inc, Fairfield, IA


LinkedIn Professional Comments: (REVIEWS)

John Fagan Ph.D.John Fagan Ph.D.· 1stFirst degree connection

Chairman and Chief Scientist at Health Research Institute - HRI LabsChairman and Chief Scientist at Health Research Institute - HRI Labs September 14, 2020, John managed Pradheep directly September 14, 2020, John managed Pradheep directly

While I was Chairman and Chief Scientific Officer at Genetic ID/Global ID Group (now FoodChain ID), Pradheep played a key role in technology development over many years. He was consistently creative and innovative, thinking outside the box to deliver solutions that were often much better than what was expected. His innovations in PCR and DNA extraction saved the company millions of dollars throughout his tenure at the company. I considered him a key corporate asset that added substantial value to the company. He is also highly idealistic and has continuously worked as a leader in poverty removal projects in his native India, giving his time and resources to improving the quality of life for rural people. He is also easy to work with, cooperative and helpful to colleagues, and has excellent communication skills. Highly recommended on all counts!

Brian H. JohnstonBrian H. Johnston· 1stFirst degree connection

Founder and CEO, SomaGenics, Inc. Founder and CEO, SomaGenics, Inc. November 6, 2019, Brian H. managed Pradheep directly November 6, 2019, Brian H. managed Pradheep directly

I recently met Pradheep through a friend and collaborator, and on his recommendation, I engaged Pradheep to help solve a very challenging genomics problem. His ideas for solutions were spot-on and within a few weeks, he had solved the problem, generated all the proof of concept data, and documented his work clearly and comprehensively. He is very knowledgeable, resourceful, and efficient in designing and executing experiments. He is also a delight to work with, considerate, cheerful, and always ready to chat about science.

Bill Thompson· 1stFirst degree connection

Chief Executive Officer Chief Executive Officer August 2, 2011, Bill was senior to Pradheep but didn't manage Pradheep directly August 2, 2011, Bill was senior to Pradheep but didn't manage Pradheep directly

Pradheep is an exceptional scientist. He embodies a rare combination of deep intellectual and analytical abilities combined with a highly creative and intuitive approach to problem-solving very complex scientific challenges. His highly desirable skill set makes him an ideal person to have on board one's Research and Development Team.
Over the 7 years, I worked with Pradheep. I have witnessed him succeed in achieving the goals set for him time after time. This included developing breakthroughs in GMO testing methods and establishing new technologies for the company. Additionally, Pradheep as a person is wonderful to work with. His personality and his positive attitude to work and life make him a complete pleasure to interact with daily.

 MY Stories


Driven by a profound interest in research, my journey began in 1992 when I joined Madurai Kamaraj University's Cancer Biology lab under the guidance of Dr. G. Shanmugam. Assigned to work on P53-like anti-oncogene and its mutations in cell culture, my childhood fascination with Indian home remedies, folk medicine, Ayurveda, and Siddha continued to influence my perspective. In January 1993, during a visit to the Palani temple with Sendurai Mani, I marveled at the unique composition of Lord Muruga's statue, made from a mixture of nine different toxic plants known as Navabhashanam.

Expressing my desire to screen such plants, I sought Mani's help in acquiring them from his village. Emphasizing the need for plants with a molecular mode of action, we identified cleistanthus collinus, a slow-killing plant, in February 1994. Conducting an early morning experiment with a methanolic extract added to Hela cells, we observed peculiar behavior in the cells. Despite facing criticism from lab seniors for seemingly unconventional work, I persisted with the intention of showcasing the results to Dr. Shanmugam.

To my surprise, Dr. Shanmugam remained calm during the observation, prompting an unexpected call in the evening. Instead of termination, he showed keen interest, asking detailed questions about the idea and the experimental process. This led to the inclusion of the work as part of my Ph.D., offering me the opportunity to explore various techniques in chemistry, biochemistry, and molecular biology across different institutes.

Over the course of my research, I performed diverse experiments, including purifying compounds with over 6000 TLC plates, purifying in large solvent separation columns, conducting spectroscopic analyses, blood biochemistry on mice receiving cleistanthin, and working on more than 38 cancer cell lines in Pune NTCC. My efforts extended to FACS flow cytometry at CCMB, Comet assay, oxidative damage assay, TBAS oxidative damage, antioxidative effects, chromosomal karyotyping, and research on mouse-induced cancer and its cure.

Notably, cleistanthin exhibited superior efficacy compared to known chemotherapy agents like Tamoxifen and Etoposide, impressing a Boston lab with its high anticancer effect and low side effects on blood cells. Despite encountering patent issues leading to project discontinuation, in the year 2000, Sendurai Mani carried the work forward by collaborating with Sathgen on cleistanthin derivatives. In 2023, the Indian government approved human trials, raising the prospect of testing on cancer stem cells.


Importance of Ph.D work in Cancer : This work was the first to show the effect of Clesitanthin compounds purified from cleistanthus collinus on cancer cells with least effect on normal cells in comparison to other leading cancer drugs. Cleistanthus collinus is a toxic plant , but purification results in removing the toxic effects and showing anticancerous activity.

This work is still motivating other researchers to work on these compounds.  Godvari Refinieries ,  Sathgen,  a company has studied the effect on clesitanthin and its derivatives. 

A pub med search

Ph.D Work: Cleistanthin as Anti-cancer agent

News in "The Hindu"

News in Tamil Paper

News in Malayalam Paper

Work quoted in Book


ALTERNATIVES TO THE USE OF LIVE VERTEBRATES IN BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH AND TESTING : A bibliography with Abstracts: Prepared by NATIONAL LIBRARY OF MEDICINE NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH BETHESDA, MD Vera W. Hudson, M.S. Project Coordinator and Scientific Editor, National Library of Medicine and Elizabeth DeBerry, Copy Editor, National Library of Medicine: 1997 No. 3.

Cytotoxic and genotoxic effects of cleistanthin B in normal and tumor cells. Prabhakaran C Kumar P, Panneerselvam N, Rajesh S, Shanmugam G.

2. Quick Tips for Balanced Living:Himalayan Institute Press-2005. Inner Cleansing by Pradheep Chhalliyil -Page 32-34.

3. From Superman to Brahman: The Religious Shift of The Matrix Mythology    

Journal of Religion and Film, Jeffery Wittung, Daniel Bramer Volume 10 Issue 2 October 2006


Uni5 Sakthi Foundation & Uni5 Sakthi Schools 

 Co-Founded Uni5 Sakthi Foundation INC

  • A Tax exempted Non-Profit (Community Profiting) organization operating in USA, India, and Indonesia and doing various charitable activities.
  • Giving health information to hundreds of people all over the globe for various ailments.
  • Help to fund underprivileged children, orphans for their school education.
  • Bring awareness among underprivileged people through health camps, such as “eye camps”, and diabetic camps in remote areas of Tamil Nadu.
  • Create Audiovisual materials to help create health awareness.
  • Started the first free or pay-as-capable Uni5schools in Sendurai (Madurai), Coimbatore, Porayar (as opposed to middle/upper-class oriented schools in urban locations). (
  • Support the work of other non-profit (NGO's) organizations.




In 2021, after visiting our parents in Chennai, we decided to return to Arizona, where we had previously registered AMMAGENOMICS. However, the COVID-19 pandemic made it challenging to return to the USA. During this time, my classmate Mr.Ganesan asked me why I wasn't contributing to the creation of COVID testing kits. For research purpose my wife Priya was instrumental is setting a lab in Chennai, and due to excellent customer service we had to employ more than 30 people and helped the community in giving 3 hours results. After this these customers turned towards us for quick blood and other diagnostic services.  


I first considered the concept of Oorj while I was in the USA over a decade ago. My journey toward healthier food choices began back in 1997 when I started consuming organic milk, as that was the primary option available at the time in Buffalo, USA. However, it wasn't until around 2000 that I had access to a more extensive range of organic foods. At that time, the terms "organic" and "non-GMO" were commonly used, but it's important to note that not all organic foods were necessarily non-GMO. If a food item had undergone genetic modification, it was considered GMO, while non-GMO or traditional heirloom referred to those that hadn't.
It's also crucial to distinguish between GMO and hybrid foods. The misconception that organic food is entirely pesticide-free is incorrect; there are specific regulations that govern which pesticides can be used in organic farming.
During the process of obtaining organic certification, questions are answered, and recommendations are made. Soil samples are rarely tested. These tests aren't typically used to certify products.
I developed several novel technologies in a USA company, not just for widely produced crops like soybeans and maize but also for processed foods. This eventually led to the non-GMO initiative. This initiative involved certifying non-GMO food through genetic analysis.
Around 2010, the market started overflowing with organic products as the awareness of organic food's health benefits grew. People began to switch to organic options. I remember a conversation with my wife in a store, where we realized that earlier, organic choices were limited to specific products like olive oil or sesame oil. However, with time, organic options became more diverse, and the question arose, "With so many options available now, how do consumers decide?"

Shop Awareness - Kapila Nalam
This led to the idea of shop awareness. I initiated the process to register in India with my friends including Thanigai, Muthu, Ripunjaya, Viola, Jayaram, Vijay, Pongalur Gomathi Ganesan (Who later took it forward as .

I was particularly interested in the polyphenol content of foods, as I believed in their significant health benefits. Polyphenols are known for their anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, and they can delay the onset of various aging-related disorders and diseases. I started testing polyphenols, and my interest in their health benefits expanded.
In 2021, after visiting our parents in Chennai, we decided to return to Arizona, where we had previously registered AMMAGENOMICS. However, the COVID-19 pandemic made it challenging to return to the USA. After this time, continued testing foods rich in polyphenols, which eventually led to the formation of AMMAGENOMICS and OORJV. Our journey started with testing for polyphenols, and over time, we began to test a wider range of foods.
As we received more food samples from customers, we observed that adulteration was becoming more prevalent in India than in other places. This led to my decision to move to India, as I consider it vital to consume foods rich in polyphenols. We noticed that young members of our lab staff in India were consuming a lot of junk food. To encourage them to adopt healthier eating habits, I introduced OORJ-certified foods. We even conducted tests to measure polyphenol levels in their blood, which confirmed the health benefits of consuming polyphenol-rich foods.
OORJ certification ensures that the food you consume is of high quality. Unlike organic products, OORJV-certified items undergo rigorous testing, including checks for pesticide residues and adulteration. The certification aims to provide consumers with a trusted way to ensure the quality of the foods they eat.
We have identified farmers throughout India who use traditional pesticide-free methods and tested not only for polyphenol levels but also other aspects of food quality. Our goal is to provide consumers with confidence in the safety and health benefits of the food they consume.
This initiative is essential not only for organic foods but also for foods with medicinal properties, as we recognize the importance of healthy eating. We aim to make OORJ a valuable player in the global market.
AMMAGENOMICS differs slightly from OORJV and has been validated and tested by OORJV. While all the testing and examinations are performed by AMMAGENOMICS, OORJ ensures that the testing and other requirements are met, which is akin to a certification process. The difference lies in the fact that the University awards the certification.
This is how we distinguish ourselves from other testing companies, and we have plans to expand our services to the USA and other countries. The market is currently inundated with various claims about food quality, and our goal is to provide consumers with reliable information and certification. As a result, more sellers are starting to market OORJ-certified products, and our impact on the food industry is growing.
Our commitment extends beyond polyphenols to other aspects of food quality and safety. We want consumers to be certain about the foods they consume, and our rigorous testing and certification process aims to achieve this.

Links to Talks

Topics of Talks

1. Health and luck factor !. More modern scientific research shows that more than genetics, environment and life style, diseases like cancer is caused by randomness. The talk will be about luck in life, how to understand it and how to increase it. The content is totally different from the common views of information not thought about by doctors or health professionals.

2. Successful Parenting !. This topic is about the five needs of a child that is taken care from the young age will guarantee success in a child's life. This will help to avoid stress both in the parents and the child. This is based on practically tried and found effective.

3. Happy and successful Carreer !.This talk helps adults and students to find the job enjoyable and successful. It also addresses what career one should choose and find happiness in all five levels of being.

4. Simplified Bhagavad Gita !.One of the most practical solutions for all day to day life problems we encounter. This one hour talk will give you the essence of Gita that you it will make sense the geniousness of the Ancient Indian thought on encountering life situations.

5. Can one Education pattern be effective for effective personal and professional life !. This talk brings evidence how a pattern based education can help all students, adults about a pattern based learning system that will make one brilliant in arts, science, maths and at the same time understand the mystery of oneself and the Universe.

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